Scope Olympia



MAY 2023


SCOPE/OLYMPIA is an international exchange program that brings together Canadian and American Scouts and Scouters for an extended weekend of fun program and fellowship. This experience began in 1967 when the Canadians visited the Baden-Powell District.  It has continued with the Canadian Scouts coming to the US and Scouts from the Cradle of Liberty Council going to Canada for the past 56 years.

This year, the Canadians are coming!


Where:  Resica Falls Scout Reservation

When:  May 25-29, 2023

Who:  Arrow of Lights (Scouts in 5th grade) / Scouts BSA / Venturers / Explorers / Scouters


  • 5/25 –  Thursday – Canadians traveling south are met by American Scouts upon their arrival at Resica Falls Scout Reservation (RFSR), Dinner together.

American Scouts expected between 2 and 5 pm

  • 5/26 –  Friday – Adventure Day in the Pocono Mountains for Canadians and full weekend Americans, Breakfast and Dinner at RFSR.

American Scouts can arrive by 8 am to join for the day or between 2 and 6 pm with dinner served at 7 pm in RFSR Dining Hall

  • 5/27-28 –  Saturday/Sunday – Two full days of program and activities at RFSR with Canadian and American Scouts, meals served in the Dining Hall
  • 5/29 –  Monday – Breakfast with American Hosts, Canadians travel home via Coach Bus, American Scouts depart for home after buses leave



Full Weekend (Thursday-Monday) – $110

Partial Weekend (Friday Night – Monday morning) – $80

Cost Includes:

  • All food provided at RFSR Dining Hall once your registration window opens (Thursday dinner through Monday Breakfast or Friday Dinner through Monday Breakfast)
  • Adventure Day in the Poconos for Full Weekend attendees, bag lunch provided
  • Camp program for two full days, meals in RFSR Dining Hall
  • Sleeping accommodations – wall tent and cot like summer camp
  • Showers will be open


Program expected to Include, but not limited to:

– Friday Adventure in the Poconos (for full weekend participants)
– Shooting Sports – Rifle and Shotgun
– Cowboy Action experience
– Archery

– Action Archery

– Ax throwing

– Pioneering skills
– Dutch Oven Cooking
– STEM activities including rockets, drones, robots
– High Ropes Course (COPE)
– Climbing
– Moonbounces
– Handicraft

– Lake activities – canoes, sail boats, kayaks, etc.

– Fly fishing

– Inflatables – like Moon Bounce, Obstacle Course, etc.



Questions? Contact Event Chair Barry Kauffman  at Phone: 215.880.5488                Email: